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Topological MusingsTue, 31 Mar 2015 01:04:30 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.com/Comment on ZFC and ETCS: Elementary Theory of the Category of Sets by Leone Partlow
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Tue, 31 Mar 2015 01:04:30 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=446#comment-2259Top site, a bientot sur la toile
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Fri, 18 Jul 2014 15:11:18 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=1049#comment-1924You might want to look at Green and Tao: On sets defining few ordinary lines http://arxiv.org/abs/1208.4714 . Here is a weak statement of their result: Fix a constant c>0. Consider arrangements of n points in the plane such that, out of the lines they define, all but cn pass through another point. Then all but d of the points lie on a cubic (where d depends on c), and are arranged in the manner of your x_i, y_j and z_k.
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Mon, 10 Feb 2014 12:04:59 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=69#comment-1719I wonder to what operation this corresponds to in the category of Set
]]>Comment on Solution to POW-9: Period of a decimal expansion by Adam
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Sun, 27 Oct 2013 15:56:53 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=460#comment-1698sorry, my mistake in second statement 65537 is a prime , 655376 = 2^4*40961.
First statment seems to be good
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Sun, 27 Oct 2013 09:13:28 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=460#comment-1697it seems that decimal expansion is strictly periodic ( preperiod =0) not eventually periodic. 2^4*40961 = 65537 so its expansion is periodic because it’s prime factorisation has 2 and also other primes then 2 or 5 .
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Sun, 27 Oct 2013 08:56:10 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=460#comment-1696Here one can check solutions using online calculator : http://www.knowledgedoor.com/2/calculators/convert_a_ratio_of_integers.html
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Thu, 24 Oct 2013 06:50:32 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/2008/01/23/integration-bee-challenging-integrals/#comment-1695plz leave the solution… my result is different….
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Tue, 01 Oct 2013 13:00:58 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/2008/01/23/integration-bee-challenging-integrals/#comment-1692the answere of problem no. 20 is 1/a 3.b 3
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Thu, 19 Sep 2013 22:00:08 +0000http://topologicalmusings.wordpress.com/?p=67#comment-1686Hello Joseph. You can simply think that K is an upper-bound of the length of the curve L. Also Vishal indicated that he just showed the inequality part of the maximal modulus principle.
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